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Joanna (Anonymous, 188.146.254.) Warszawa 3 months ago

Should I change my treatment if I have bleeding after taking Egistrozole and Reseligo?

I've been taking egistrazole and reseligo since February. I've been menstruating since September, I've been to the gynecologist, everything is fine. Should I change my treatment? Best regards

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Ewa Pilch Pharmacist, Editor

2 months ago

The decision to change the treatment should be made after consultation with the treating physician. Based on your medical history, your doctor will suggest appropriate treatment.

If it is not possible to visit the site, I encourage you to take advantage of the teleconsultation via the m.in portal Gdziepolek.pl:


Bleeding is one of the side effects of Egistrozole. I encourage you to report their speech. Reporting side effects allows you to increase control over the medicines available on the market. We wrote more about how and why to report side effects in the article:


I am attaching links that allow you to check the availability of medicines and make a reservation at the pharmacy of your choice:



I am attaching to you an earlier question in which the effect of the medication used on hormone levels was explained:

I encourage you to familiarize yourself with additional materials that you may find useful:




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